Archive for the ‘Short Film’ Category

Damn Those Crows

In a ghost town in the middle of an American desert, 3 crows are standing quietly on an electric pole, staring at a ruin that used to be the town’s admired clock tower.

At night, a hasty electrician comes to town to fix a short circuit on an old electric pole.

A film by Shay Blumenkranz • Inbal Grossman • Rotem Hermoni • Roy Tsour.

Eggplant

When taking pictures, Durian says eggplant instead of cheese.

Director & Animator: Yangzi She.

Music & Sound: Jennifer Dirkes • Voice: Eric Saleh, Reid Miller, Rebecca Davis.

Small People With Hats

There are small people wearing hats in the society.

Graduation film from the Royal College of Art, 2014 • Hand-drawn on paper.

A film by Sarina Nihei • Sound design by Horret Kuus.

TOBY

Toby’s 25. He lives at home with his mum. He works at a supermarket.

Tonight, he’s decided to do something.

Directed & Edited by Jonathan Schey • Written by Luke Barnes • Produced by Jodie Brown.

My Dad by Marcus Armitage

Inherited opinions. Inherited isolation.

A short film depicting a Dad’s influence on a young boy’s life. His judgmental character mixed with the boys fondness for his dad prove to be a toxic mix that tears away at a world of opportunity and experiences.

A graduation film from the Royal College of Art made with oil pastels and newspaper clippings. Directed & animated by Marcus Armitage.

CHOSIN: Baptized by Fire

A short animated film adapted from the graphic novel “Hold the Line”, and inspired by the true story of Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines.

While delivering mail to the grunts of Fox Company, Private First Class Billy French is trapped in a massive surprise attack launched by the Communist Chinese Army. French must prove his mettle when the company’s position is overrun by hordes of enemy troops.

Produced in partnership with Veterans Expeditionary Media and HOPR Studios, “CHOSIN: Baptized by Fire” takes the viewer on a harrowing battlefield journey through the eyes of a young Marine.

INPUT/OUTPUT

A new short from Terri Timely & Park Pictures.

The Obvious Child

Somebody broke the girl’s parents. The rabbit was there when it happened. It was an awful mess.

A film by Stephen Irwin.

The Goat That Ate Time

Written, directed, animated & produced by Lucinda Schreiber.

Narration: Aden Young • Music: Martin Craft • Sound Design: Luke Mynott.

// via Seitvertreib //

The Untold & Unseen

We work only for eating. We eat only for working. Just like a soulless machine.

Ultimately, are we actually fighting for a better life or fighting for survival in this world?

Animation: Lam Ho Tak • Original Music: Ian Wong, Chack Ming • Sound Effects: Mak Ho Nin.

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